From transport to communications to commerce, electronics is revolutionising every industry, changing the way we live, work and play. As we enter the fourth industrial revolution and shape our lives around connected technology, find your place in this exciting field with our BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering degree. Electronics is all about the components and software that comprise of electronic systems. Electrical engineering deals with the generation, distribution and use of electricity for everything from cars to cities. This degree combines our expertise in both disciplines. During your studies, you will have access to outstanding experimental facilities. This includes a modern electronics lab, automotive lab and robotics lab with the latest industry-standard equipment. Our Electric and Electronic Engineering degree is taught by internationally-recognised engineers and researchers, who will shape you for an exciting career in electronic design and consultancy. Across three years - or four if you add an industrial placement - you'll learn about subjects like green power generation and intelligent automobiles. Learn from researchers who will share their passion for their areas of expertise. This includes machines and drives, sustainable energy and machine learning. You will: Learn all aspects of electrical and electronic engineering, from analogue electronics to mobile networking to WAN Develop the skills to solve a wide range of technical challenges and opportunities that can shape exciting and innovative consumer tech Benefit from the engineering department’s strong industry connections and research into innovative, trending technologies Learn in advanced electronics laboratories and facilities at our Peel Park campus Placements available
First Year Modules: Analogue Electronics, Mathematics, Digital Electronics 1, Risk and Management, Introduction to Computers and Networks, Group Design 1 Year Two Modules: Machines and Drives, Engineering Mathematics, Digital Electronics 2, Digital Signal Processing, Computing Laboratory, Control Engineering and Group Design 2. Year Three Modules:
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